Excerpt: "In Project:IGI (which stands for "I'm Going In" and will now be known from now on as IGI) you play David Llewellyn Jones, an ex-sas officer recruited by an anonymous counter-terrorist organisation to retrieve a stolen American nuclear warhead from what appears to be a Russian crime syndicate headed by members of the Pribori family. Jones is aided on this mission by Anya, an agent of the counter terrorist force who supplies him with mission updates ...
Pros: Huge sized levels, decent graphics and sound, good range of weapons, more realistic than other games of this genre .
Excerpt: "...able to miss Cogreen Strike: Project IGI. IGI 2: Covert Strike is the continuation, quite simply. You thus go to be able to again embody the agent David Jones, and cross the world to avoid the destruction by massive weapons of destruction stemming from the ancient east block.. With the difference of the majority of the quakelike, IGI 2: Covert Strike will require to you a good amount of patience and discretion. Do not hope to end the game in a single ...
Project IGI (PC): skilled players only and a bit dissapointing
30 July 2002
Summary: I loved this game when I first got it but it started to get really difficult and I just stopped playing it and it disappeared off my computer after not playing it for a year or so. At first the realism of the game is brilliant, when you shoot at a wooden object the bullets rip through it but when shooting at a metal object it deflects. There is a bit of false advertisement I reckon because it says that you can interact with many vehicles but you don?
Pros: Brilliant realism
Cons: Non interactive vehichles, Difficult, No multiplayer
Summary: The awkwardly named Project IGI: I'm Going It follows in the trend of the Rainbow Six series, the Delta Force series, and SWAT 3. It eschews the outlandish futuristic weapons and imaginary settings of many traditional shooters and focuses instead on contemporary realism. In the game, you play as David Llewelyn Jones, a former Special Air Service member who now works as a freelance operative for both the British and American governments.
Summary: This game is amazingly great, the graphics are very good and highly detailed. The developers spent alot of time on this game trying to make it perfect with the graphics, gameplay, guns, character's faces and other parts. The only thing they didn't spend time on was the buildings, if you walk into a building or a hut then it would look exactly the same as in any other level, all of the beds, doors, rooms, objects would look exactly the same and be in exactly the same...
Excerpt: "First before I get to the criticsms I will go over the good parts, Graphics ******** Using a modified engine from a flight sim, ensures that this game can show vast distances with ease. The graphics are good, whilst not being outstanding. A disappointment is the limited amount of death animations that the enemies have. If you have a decent PC with a lot of ram, then you can up the resolution and graphics details to maximum. The almost compulsory ...
Pros: Great graphics, Runs well on a variety of machines, Good weapons and recoil effects
Cons: Lack of AI, Lack of savegame feature, Lack of multiplayer
Summary: In Project:IGI (known from now on as IGI) you play David Llewellyn Jones, an ex-SAS officer recruited by an anonymous American (I assume) counter-terrorist organisation to retrieve a stolen American nuclear warhead from what appears to be a Russian crime syndicate headed by members of the Pribori family. Jones is aided on this mission by Anya, an agent of the counter terrorist force who supplies him with mission updates and information.
Summary: This has got to be one of the best all round first person shoot 'em ups of all time. It has gung ho action mixed with stealth and planning. The first level gives you the insight into the whole of the game. Don't just run out shouting, screaming and shooting all and sundry...well not if you want to complete even this level. Throughout the game you feel genuine pressure to succeed, let's be honest your life - and others - depend on it.
Excerpt: "This game has al the workings to be a truely classic game, but for one problem. When designing the game they left out a save feature while you are actually playing a mission and as missions are relativly hard this can becoming really annoying when you get killed and have to start all over again. The graphics and general logic behind the game are superb(if you shoot through a wood door you can kill soldiers on the other side, however if you should ...
Pros: Great graphics, storyline,logic, originality, easy controls,
Summary: Project IGI stands for, Project: I’m Going In. Game play The first thing that strikes me about this game is the fact that it is like the actual James Bond films (the more recent ones anyway), in fact it amazes me how the James Bond games that are only allowed on Nintendo are so unalike the James Bond films. You play a British (Hurray!!) character called David Jones who is an ex SAS soldier, you have to think your way in and shoot your way out (quite literally as well).